Page Day FAQs

What is Page Day?
Page Day is an interactive, educational experience that allows high school students to witness state government in action.
What kind of activities take place during Page Day?
Students will tour Indiana's historical Statehouse, learn about their state's government and pass legislation of their own during a mock bill activity.
What about missing school?
Indiana law allows Hoosier students to serve as a House or Senate page one day per legislative session and receive an excused absence from school. The Senate will provide the necessary documentation.
What should pages wear?
Ladies: Suggested options include skirts or dresses (no shorter than fingertip length), dress slacks, blouse, or sweater. If you wear leggings you must wear a fingertip-length top. Wear comfortable, yet appropriate, shoes.
Gentlemen: Suggested options include a suit or dress slacks with belt, a collared shirt, sweater or sport coat with collared shirt. Ties are recommended but optional. Wear comfortable, yet appropriate, shoes.
What NOT to wear?
Ladies: Jeans, halter/tank tops/sleeveless tops, low cut/midriff-showing tops, mini-skirts/dresses, T-shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, or flip flops. Gentlemen: Jeans, T-shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, or flip flops.
How does check-in, check-out work?
Pages should plan to arrive at the House or Senate page office by 8:30 a.m., for registration and orientation. Pages will be dismissed at 3:30 p.m. At the end of day check-out parents should wait outside of the page office until students are released.
Lunch?
Lunch will be provided for students by Indiana Electric Cooperatives. 
Will I get a picture with my legislator?
We will work with Senate staff and do our best to make sure students receive a photo with their legislator. Pictures taken by the Senate photographer will be mailed to students and will be available to view on IndianaSenatePage.com.

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